Learn to Play! 

Meridian’s Speech Language Pathologist, Staci Cooper, will be hosting a workshop showcasing the Learn to Play Program. The Learn to Play Program benefits parents, teachers, CEAs, early education teachers, early education assistants, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, therapy assistants, behavior consultants and behavior interventionists working with children from 18 months of age up to upper elementary age. This workshop will address how imaginative play skills can be taught to children who are struggling to have successful social interactions with their peers, including children with complex developmental needs and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Early Bird: register by May 12, 2017
Professional: $100
Paraprofessional: $75
Parent*: $40

Regular Rates: register by May 26, 2017
Professional: $125
Paraprofessional: $100
Parent*: $60

Participants will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the day upon request.
Space is limited, so call us at 1-888-542-3089 to confirm your spot!


Pre-Kindergarten Screenings

Meridian Rehabilitation is also offering a developmental screening that will looks at skills such as pre-literacy awareness, pre-printing fine motor skills, language skills and more. Screenings are completed by experienced Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists. Appointments are 30 minutes long and must be booked in advance.

Kelowna: May 16th – 250-868-3086
Penticton: May 19th – 250-868-3086
Vernon: May 26th – 250-542-3089
Kamloops: May 31st – 250-314-0097

The fee is $15 per screening. Space is limited, so call your nearest Meridian office to guarantee your spot!


Kids Summer Camps for ages 3-12

For Summer 2017, Meridian will be running kids summer camp groups for kids ages 3-5, 6-8 & 9-12!
For more details on what’s being offered, click on the location you’re interested in below:


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Notice Regarding COVID-19: The safety and health of our community remains our top priority and we continue to monitor and follow the latest recommendations of our provincial health officer. We are able to provide effective therapy services via telehealth; when therapy needs require in-person service, we are able to do so safely following provincial health orders. For more details about our COVID Safety Plan please go to "What's New" or for information on how we use telehealth in therapy programs, click on the link below: